Anchor, News 4 at Noon
Born and raised in St. Louis, Robin Smith is an Emmy award-winning News Anchor, Emmy Award winning News Reporter and the winner of the prestigious Edward R. Murrow for her reporting. She joined News 4 as an Anchor and Reporter on June 1, 1978.
Robin brings special insight to reporting and anchoring the news in the area, since 1973. She is a reporter on News 4 This Morning between 4:30am and 7am weekdays; and anchors News 4 St. Louis at Noon with 4 Warn Meteorologist Katie Horner .
Robin lends her time to several community partners to make St. Louis a better place to live. Robin has worked with organizations like, the Urban League of Greater St. Louis, Crisis Nursery of St. Louis , Forest Park Forever , Annie Malone Children's Home , American Cancer Society , Black Repertory Theatre and Saint Louis Effort for AIDS , Missouri Black Expo , Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America and the National Association of Black Journalists.
Robin came to News 4 from KTVI-TV-ABC in St. Louis, where she worked as an Anchor and Reporter for three years. She produced several "Close-Up" features, documentaries and was involved in investigative reports. Robin’s also worked at KSDK-TV-NBC, where she, at age 19, was the youngest known member of any "on-air news” television staff in St. Louis.
Robin graduated from Northwest High School then attended Lindenwood University where she received a B.A. degree in the double majors of Communications Arts and Psychology. She earned her graduate degree - An EMIB - Executive Masters International Business - from the School of Business and Administration, at Saint Louis University on May 16, 1998.
Robin loves to travel and has visited many countries around the world, and loves calling St. Louis home.